NOTO Staff

Listed below are the people who work hard to represent the interests of the resource-based tourism industry in the NOTO office each day:

Laurie Marcil

Executive Director 
laurie@noto.net
Ph. 705-472-5552 x24

Laurie

Laurie was appointed to the role of Executive Director in 2014.  She is no stranger to the organization or the industry, having spent the last twenty three years in various staff roles at NOTO.  Beginning as the bookkeeper, she soon took on additional responsibilities and has been the Membership Services Manager for the last several years.  In this role she has been the voice and face of NOTO to our members.

Laurie takes great pride in her work. She is dedicated to the needs and concerns of tourism operators across the province and works hard at developing strong and lasting relationships within the industry and government. She is committed to working with the Board, staff and members to shape NOTO into a strong united voice and community. 

Laurie lives in North Bay with her husband John and son Jonathan. In her spare time she likes baking elaborate cakes and treats, spending time enjoying our northern wilderness and opening her house to family and friends.

Damian Topps

Communications & Membership Services Manager
damian@noto.net

communications intern

Damian Topps is a graduate of Advertising & Marketing Communications at Canadore College in North Bay, Ontario. He has prior experience in a hospitality setting and a background in online writing.

 

Kate Racicot 

Research and Stakeholder Relations Intern
kate@noto.net
Ph. 705-472-5552 x21

 

Kate Racicot is the newest addition to the NOTO team! She is a recent graduate of Nipissing University, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Biology and Technology. She also graduated from Canadore’s Environmental Technician – Protection and Compliance program.

Kate has worked and volunteered in an array of fields; from garden centers and lumberyards to hazardous waste. She has recently assisted Parks Canada with their moose population study in Gros Mourne National Park, Newfoundland. She also assisted with research and presentations on proposed deep geological repositories for nuclear waste for First Nation communities. Kate also worked for the City of North Bay for 3 consecutive summers as a Hazardous Waste/Water Resources Technician.

Kate is an avid adventurer who is originally from Iroquois Falls, a small town 45 minutes North of Timmins. When she’s not at the beach or riding her bike, she’s exploring new trails and historical landmarks. 

 

  

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